Tag Archives: cancer

Review: DiSemblance by Shanae Branham #2016HW

Under normal circumstances I make myself finish each and every title I read, especially those books that I have agreed to review. I have had this book for at least a couple of years, so I really needed to check this one off my to do list.... Read More | Share it now!

Review: An Infinite Number of Parallel Universes by Randy Ribay #2016HW

Four Dungeon & Dragons-playing friends hang out twice a  week, yet don’t know each other. Separately, they are each struggling with something that they think too hard to share: One doesn’t know how to live without his girlfriend One... Read More | Share it now!

‘Crash Into You’ by Katie McGarry #Review #COYER

I loved the first couple of books in Katie McGarry’s Pushing the Limits series. They were probably some of the first books that got me into reading contemporary YA fiction. I first read Crash Into You a couple of years ago, and I stupidly... Read More | Share it now!

Shirley Temple’s got nothing on ~ ‘Bright Side’ by Kim Holden #Review #COYER

It’s never a good sign when I have multiple pages of notes about a book I am reading. Let’s just say I heard about this book from a friend and decided to check it out for myself. Other than fulfilling a scavenger hunt item in a summer book... Read More | Share it now!

Lucky? ~ ‘The Number 7’ by Jessica Lidh #Review #COYER

Louisa’s family isn’t very close. She never met her Dad’s parents, and now they are both gone. Her family is the tight-lipped sort, so she, her father and her sister, Greta, don’t even talk much about their mother or the hole... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Leandra’s Enchanted Flute’ by Katy Huth Jones #RSReadathon

Lee Ann is a teen who lives with her grandmother in Texas. She’s a flute player in her band at school along with her best friend, Bethany. But Lee Ann isn’t your typical teen: she is in remission from cancer. Resting at home one day in her room,... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ by John Green #RSReadathon

So I have two options. One, remove my reading glasses every time I need to wipe the tears from my eyes; or two, hold the book far enough away so I can read without my glasses and wipe my eyes as I read. I choose the latter, since the third option (stop... Read More | Share it now!